2 edition of Archaeological excavations at Sigatoka Dune site, Fiji found in the catalog.
Archaeological excavations at Sigatoka Dune site, Fiji
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Lawrence Birks ; with drawings by Winifred Mumford.|
|Series||Bulletin - Fiji Museum -- no. 1, Bulletin of the Fiji Museum -- no. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 176 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||176|
Geomorphic and archaeological landscapes of the Sigatoka Dune Site, Viti Levu, Fiji: Interdisciplinary investigations. Asian Perspectives Holdaway, R.N. and A.J. Anderson. 14C AMS dates on Rattus exulans bones from natural and archaeological contexts on Norfolk Island, South-west Pacific. CATEGORY: site; artifact DEFINITION: In eastern Peru, a number of sites near Pucallpa, where the many pottery styles have been placed into a 4,year sequence. archaeological sequence CATEGORY: technique.
Papers presented at Wenner-Gren Symposium on Oceanic Culture History, Sigatoka, Fiji A stratified dune site at Tairua, interpretations using new data and 40 year old excavations to establish a sequence from to AD by R. C Green. Founded in as one of the first learned societies of the Southern Hemisphere, the Polynesian Society immediately started publishing the Journal of the Polynesian Society as a quarterly devoted to the study of Maori and other Pacific cultures. Today, it is housed at the University of Auckland, New-Zealand.
CATEGORY: site DEFINITION: A Neolithic settlement of the Funnel Beaker culture of southeast Poland with evidence of copper metallurgy. Herodium CATEGORY: site DEFINITION: A Palestinian site with a fortress built by Herod the Great ( BC) and the site of his tomb. It was a stronghold for Jewish rebels against the Roman rule. Dissected orogen temper class (heterogeneous sand derived from diverse bedrock sources), Sigatoka dune site, south coast of Viti Levu Island, Fiji: PL, FoV × mm. Visible temper grains include pale (colorless) quartz and feldspar mineral grains, colored pyribole mineral grains (pale green clinopyroxene and darker green hornblende.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Birks, Lawrence. Archaeological excavations at Sigatoka Dune site, Fiji. Suva: Fiji Museum, (OCoLC) Understanding the geomorphic setting of the Sigatoka dune field on the south coast of Viti Levu in Fiji is critical for interpreting the associated archaeological site, with culture levels dating.
The Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park is located at the mouth of the Sigatoka River on the island of Viti Levu in are Fiji book approximately 3 km west of the town of Sigatoka. The dunes are the product of erosion in the coastal hinterland and coastal dune forming ing body: National Trust of Fiji.
Sand temper in prehistoric potsherds from the Sigatoka dunes, Viti Levu, Fiji [Appendix I]: in Birks, L., Archaeological excavations at Sigatoka dune site, Fiji: Suva, Fiji Museum Bulletin 1, p.
69 TongaeSamoa The burials from the Sigatoka sand dune site VL 16/1 on Viti Levu, Fiji, are generally assumed to belong to the Navatu phase (level 2) that dates from to calBP.
Archaeological Excavations at Sigatoka Dune Site, Fiji (Birks), 19(2) Archaeological Excavations in Thailand, vol Sai-Yok: Stone Age Settlements in the Ran-chan aburi Province (van Heekeren, Knuth), Archaeological Excavations in Thailand, vol Ban-Kao: Neolithic Settlements with Ceme-teries in the Kanchanaburi Province.
Voice and earth [microform]: making religious meaning and power in Christian Fiji / Matt Tomlinson; Republic of the Fiji Islands: fisheries sector review / prepared by: Tony Hand, Derrin Davis, Robert Gi Archaeological excavations at Sigatoka Dune Site, Fiji / by Lawrence Birks ; with drawings by Winifred M The eyes of the mask / Mohit.
Description: Asian Perspectives is the leading peer-reviewed archaeological journal devoted to the prehistory of Asia and the Pacific region. In addition to archaeology, it features articles and book reviews on ethnoarchaeology, palaeoanthropology, physical anthropology, and ethnography of.
Archaeological Excavations at Sigatoka Dune Site Fiji. With drawings by W. Mumford. BIRKS L. Published: An Ancient Site at Borax Lake California. HARRINGTON M.R. Published: Book binding and repairs.
We offer a comprehensive range of book binding & repair services. Birks, L. Archeological excavations at Sigatoka duneFiji: Bulletin of the Fiji Museum No. 1, The Fiji Museum. Google Scholar.
Book Reviews. By L.M. Young, R.H The Art of Easter Island, by Thor Heyerdahl; Archaeological Excavations at Sigatoka Dune Site, Fiji, by Lawrence Birks; Aboriginal Prehistory in England, by Isabel McBryde; The Pivot of the Four Quarters, by Paul Wheatley; Myths and Legends of the Polynesians, by Johannes G.
Andersen; In the Beginning: An. The Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park is located at the mouth of the Sigatoka River on the island of Viti Levu in Fiji approximately 3km west of Sigatoka. The dunes are the product of erosion in the coastal hinterland and coastal dune forming processes.
Archaeological Excavations at Sigatoka Dune Site Fiji. With drawings by W. Mumford. BIRKS L. Published: under the Great Seal of the United Kingdom constituting the Office of Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Fiji and providing for the Government thereof.
FIJI: We offer a comprehensive range of book binding & repair. Archaeological Excavations at Sigatoka Dune Site, Fiji. Lawrence Birks. Reviewed by WILHELM G. SOLHEIM II Aboriginal Prehistory in New England.
Isabel McBryde. Reviewed by RICHARD A. GOULD The Pivot of the Four Quarters. Paul Wheatley. Reviewed by L. YOUNG Myths and Legends of the Polynesians. Johannes G. Andersen. Reviewed byFile Size: KB. There are two documents, both by Winifred McHugh. The first is an 89 p.
typescript entitled 'Memoirs of Rev. Small, Fiji, ', which was produced in a roneoed edition of eight copies. The other, a typescript of eight pages, is entitled 'Some reminiscences'. It bears the pen-name 'Gone ni Bua'.
Biography/History. Birks () reported the presence of stone artefacts in their excavations at the Sigatoka Dune site and the Yanuca site on southwest Viti Levu.
Their description focused on raw-material types Location of archaeological sites and reported stone sources in Fiji. TA31 24/11/09 Size: 1MB. 17A site (Table 18). At the Sigatoka Sand Dunes, an intact cultural deposit was not located, and optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) age results were obtained on the dune sediments (see Anderson et al.
New radiocarbon dates from the Yanuca Lapita site excavated in. Fiji Museum., 1st Ed., Volume V, Nos. 3 & 4 for 62 PP with b/w illustrations (2 maps, 3 sketches and 12 photos). Inside back cover: map of the Fiji Islands.
Pictorial soft cover (Sigatoka dune burials). Fine. x Report on the Sigatoka Burials, by Simon Best. Nepalese in Fiji. conducting another site survey, this time on Matakana Island off the North Island of New Zealand.
She is also planning a three year project to investigate the Sigatoka Sand Dune site in Fiji, and is in the process of trying to raise funding for the project. The fmal artifact identification clinic before the summer will be held in March.
Sigatoka, Fiji (SIG) DUN The burials from the Sigatoka sand dune site VL 16/1 on Viti Levu, Fiji, are generally assumed to belong to the Navatu phase (level 2) that dates from to calBP (Anderson et al.,pp. Measurements were recorded in the some of the most complete mandibles from this site: Cat. nos Cited by: 1.
Archaeological data obtained from excavations in the Keep River region is cited to support this argument. The earliest points from excavations at Jinmium are unifacial points that occur in C1/II s u dating to between and BP based on radiocarbon determinations cited in Roberts et al. ().ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXCAVATIONS AT SIGATOKA DUNE SITE, FIJI Suva.
Fiji Museum. Bulletin No. 1. X, PP with tables, over 50 figures and 50 b/w plates, plus 2 folding plates (figures 3 & 4).
Drawings bu Winifred Mumford. Soft cover. Fine. x Click here to order. Visser and Green analyse skeletal remains associated with Lapita and a later assemblage from the Sigatoka Dune dating to about BP. Their results show clinal variation in body form and size across Near and Remote Oceania, which they suggest .